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Edouard Philippe : six choses à savoir sur le nouveau Premier ministre

Contribuables Associés veillera minutieusement sur toutes les actions du nouveau gouvernement. Et vous êtes totalement Normand. La nomination d'Édouard Philippe , hypothèse qui circulait depuis la soirée du second tour de la présidentielle, est le premier acte de la " recomposition " politique souhaitée par Macron, largement élu (66,1 %) face à la présidente du Front national Marine Le Pen. Lire la suite »

Microsoft's reveals Windows 10 Fall Creator's Update ahead of September rollout

People are on the go, jumping between their computer, phone and smart home speakers. Microsoft started the keynote on Day 2 by demoing Windows Story Remix , its new video editing app that will ship with the Fall Creators Update . Microsoft will take your raw video clips and photos and assemble them into cute little movies. Many companies have jumped on the AI bandwagon in recent years - and Microsoft obviously hasn't missed out on the trend. Lire la suite »

Macron face au défi de la recomposition — Gouvernement

De retour de son premier voyage à l'étranger depuis son investiture, à Berlin lundi auprès de la chancelière Merkel, le chef de l'Etat reçoit dans la matinée à l'Elysée son chef de gouvernement. Et les femmes? Emmanuel Macron, dont le premier cercle durant la campagne était très masculin, a promis la parité. Les noms de Marielle de Sarnez, bras droit de M. Lire la suite »

Nord : le meurtrier présumé de la petite Chloé s'est pendu en prison


Zbigniew Huminski, le meurtrier présumé de la petite Chloé, s'est suicidé en prison. Le 15 avril 2015 , Chloé , 9 ans, est enlevée dans le parc de jeux où elle jouait puis retrouvée morte dans un bois , non loin de là. L'individu avait été mis en examen pour enlèvement, viol et séquestration suivie de mort . Celle-ci s'était approchée de lui et l'avait arrosé à l'aide d'un pistolet à eau. Lire la suite »

"La colère de François Bayrou est réelle" — Législatives


Il semble que le coup de gueule de François Bayrou ait porté ses fruits. Dès jeudi soir, l'équipe d'Emmanuel Macron s'est efforcée d'éteindre la polémique, soulignant qu'il restait une marge de manoeuvre . Pas à pas, " La République En Marche " avance vers une liste définitive de 577 candidats. "Nous souhaitons une majorité centrale", a-t-il expliqué. Lire la suite »

Running Windows? How to protect against the big ransomware attack

For instance, the Conficker virus, which first appeared in 2008 and can disable system security features, also spreads through vulnerabilities in internal file sharing. "But I don't think that those concerns should hide the fact that ALL of us need to be protected ..." Earlier, Kaspersky researcher Costin Raiu cited 45,000 attacks in 74 countries, saying that the malware, a self-replicating "worm", was spreading quickly. Lire la suite »

Germany and France agree to draw up roadmap on developing EU


Merkel said that, from Germany's viewpoint, it would be possible to change European Union treaties, adding: "I would be ready to do this, but first we will work on what we want to reform". The 39-year-old former investment banker and economy minister was inaugurated on Sunday as the 25th President of France and also the youngest in the nation's history in a ceremony at the Élysee Palace. Lire la suite »

Trusts sent fix that would have protected them — NHS Digital

A number of hospitals in England and Scotland were forced to cancel procedures after dozens of NHS systems were brought down in Friday's attack. Once it infects one computer within a network, it can spread to all the computers in that network "within seconds", said Israel Levy, the CEO of the cybersecurity firm Bufferzone. Lire la suite »

Six ways to prevent WannaCry ransomware attack

Called "WannaCry", the fast-spreading malware is the first ever detected to combine both a worm - which enables it to burrow into an entire network from a single infected computer - and a ransomware, demanding $300 (275 euros) in the virtual currency Bitcoin to unlock systems. Lire la suite »

Military unrest, gunfire paralyze city areas in Ivory Coast


The unrest comes as authorities conduct a military operation "to re-establish order" after soldiers who staged a mutiny on Friday over bonus payments rejected he army's demand to disarm. The soldiers are in the streets on foot and on motorbikes. President Alassane Ouattara's government has been trying to restore order for four days after 8,400 mutineers took control of the second-biggest city, Bouake , and spread their revolt to cities and towns across the country. Lire la suite »

Texas Cop Who Shot And Killed Teen Has Been Fired


The police officer who shot and killed a black teenager Saturday night in suburban Dallas has been fired , Balch Springs, Texas , Police Chief Jonathan Haber said Tuesday. Crockett said Tuesday that she was optimistic that Oliver would eventually be indicted. They want Oliver arrested on a murder charge, and they hope other officers involved in the case will be held accountable. Lire la suite »

Microsoft says WannaCrypt attack a wake-up call

The attack held users hostage by freezing their computers, popping up a red screen with the words, "Oops, your files have been encrypted!" and demanding money through online bitcoin payment - $300 at first, rising to $600 before it destroys files hours later. Lire la suite »

China making progress on North Korea: PM


According to Pyongyang's state-owned news agency KCNA, Kim inspected the two military units on Jangjae and Mu isles, near South Korea's Yeonpyeong Island that North Korea bombarded in 2010. The comments also warned that "crimes such as regime change in anti-imperialist countries" would not influence North Korea in the slightest. North Korea has been hurling wild, unconfirmed accusations at the US and its allies for years. Lire la suite »

Nepalese vote in first local elections in 20 years


On Sunday, Nepal is going to polls to elect representatives in municipal and village councils. Officials said 73 percent of almost five million voters cast their ballots on Sunday in the first round of the elections, a major step in the young republic's hard transition to democracy more than a decade after the end of its civil war. Lire la suite »

U.S. new ambassador to Israel visits Jerusalem


Friedman's own views differ utterly from Trump's on the Israeli-Palestinian issue, but the new ambassador, whose loyalty to the president is unassailable, intends to leave his personal opinions back home in America. Trump himself cast uncertainty over years of worldwide efforts to foster a two-state solution when he met Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu at the White House in February. Lire la suite »

Despite Invite, Comey Will Not Appear Before Senate Intelligence Committee Next Week

Trump did not mention Comey during his speech at Liberty University. "The tweet speaks for itself". The president is considering 11 people to replace Mr Comey , a White House official said . "The next day, Tuesday May 9, the Deputy Attorney General sent his written recommendation to the Attorney General and the Attorney General sent his written recommendation to the President". Lire la suite »

Macron promises French reform on Berlin visit

Martin Schulz said Monday that "until the general election on September 24 we have a long and stony road ahead of us". "We agreed that we want to develop a road map for the European Union's medium-term perspectives", she said in a joint news conference with Macron. Lire la suite »

East finals trip on the line in Boston

Kelly Olynyk led an exceptional bench effort for the Celtics, scoring 26 points in his best career playoff performance. But on Monday night, despite 29 points to lead the way in Boston's 115-105 victory over the Washington Wizards , it wasn't the lore of IT that grew. Lire la suite »

La République en marche. Une nouvelle liste de 511 candidats investis

Macron aux quelque 500 candidats et militants de son mouvement réunis à huis clos au Musée du Quai Branly, selon ses propos relayés sur Twitter. Les équipes d'Emmanuel Macron se laissent le samedi pour ratifier l'accord. Richard Ferrand a par ailleurs fait valoir samedi qu'"il faut savoir s'affranchir de l'esprit de boutique pour viser seulement le rassemblement, le renouvellement et l'intérêt général". Lire la suite »